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Jessica Claire
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Professional Overview

As a counterintelligence (CI) professional for close to 13 years I have established diverse skills working for several DOE CI programs, beginning with the Inspections and Polygraph program and most recently in the Richland Field Office (RFO). Our mission focuses on the foreign intelligence service (FIS) and foreign terrorist threat to DOE assets including the Hanford Site. In fulfilling this mission I have worked both independently and as a team member to accomplish our required duties. I have developed detailed CI threat assessments by identifying and analyzing potential vulnerabilities of DOE equities including personnel, facilities, sensitive and classified information, special nuclear material, research and development data, and other sensitive materials and resources. I serve as our facility's COMSEC custodian and OPSEC officer responsible for safeguarding our facility and internal security processes. I have been a primary focal point during our internal CI assessments facilitating and participating in the Inbrief/Outbrief meetings, scheduling interviews, addressing our scope of work through interrogatories, and tracking/completing identified corrective actions. I conduct CI briefings and awareness training to senior management and other federal and contractor employees who interact with foreign entities by traveling overseas or hosting visitors and assignees on site. I regularly interact with federal and local law enforcement agencies to include, the FBI, DOE IG, DHS, and Hanford Patrol. Additionally, I maintain a strong relationship with DOE/RL SES site specialists and other operating personnel to assess potential terrorist targets based on analysis of current threat information and the sites’ identified critical infrastructure and facility vulnerabilities.

Summary of Skills
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Work Experience
Counterintelligence Officer GS 12/13, 01/2006 - Current
Department Of Energy, Office Of Intelligence And Counterintelligence, Richland Field Office City, STATE,

- Research and evaluate cyber, terrorist and foreign espionage threats to DOE equities within RFO's area of responsibility, continuing to develop threat assessments for DOE HQ and other federal agencies


- Conduct defensive counterintelligence (CI) travel briefings/debriefings of DOE federal employees and contractors traveling to DOE sensitive countries, evaluating information for relevant intelligence related activities, and report results through appropriate chJessicals beneficial to the DOE CI national program


- Identify and brief federal employees and contractors acting as hosts or escorts of sensitive country foreign nationals, providing them with relevant CI awareness information


- Conduct debriefings of hosts and escorts evaluating information for relevant intelligence related activities, and report results through appropriate chJessicals beneficial to the DOE CI national program


- Conduct and/or assist in CI investigations as requested or approved by applicable directives and executive orders


- Maintain liaison with local intelligence community (IC) and law enforcement agencies to enhance investigative and operational initiatives, and threat assessment data


- Perform personnel security file (PSF) reviews to assist DOE HQ CI Evaluations program


- Perform PSF reviews at the request of DOE/RL Security and Emergency Services division


- Serve as the RFO COMSEC Custodian


- Serve as the RFO OPSEC Officer


- Derivative Classification Authority to TS level


- Manage the RFO CI awareness program:

  • Develop and disseminate CI awareness information
  • Maintain and update the RFO Internet web pages
  • Assist in updating CI computer based training content
  • Distribute threat reports as directed or required






Program Support Specialist - GS 9/11, 05/2002 - 02/2006
Dept Of Energy, Office Of Counterintelligence, Richland Regional Office City, STATE,

- Gathered and analyzed CI information from multiple resources and developed relevant documents dependent upon the targeted audience, to include:

  • HQ mandated CI assessments
  • Facility or program specific CI assessments
  • Special studies relevant to our area of responsibility
  • Preparing foreign national / foreign travel briefing materials
  • Conducting CRADA (Cooperative Research and Development Agreement) reviews
  • Training, speech, and other presentation slides and materials

- Coordinated budget preparation and monthly accounting of funds


- Tracked monthly required action items and prepared quarterly performance reports and statistics for submission to DOE CI HQ


Analysis Duties:

- Provided the SCIO with special risk assessments related to any CI duties required under the UFVA, foreign travel, request for hire, or other approval / consultation process significant to the CI mission


- Conducted research using available databases, studies and reports for information relevant to potential vulnerabilities, CI awareness issues, and local CIO activities. Identified and coordinated valuable information to staff members in meeting CI program goals and objectives


- Regularly compiled research data from DOE and other IC reporting formats identifying any relationship to activities, staff, visitors, assignees, and foreign travelers in our AOR

  • Provided results to appropriate CI staff member for evaluation and proper reporting or other action in support of the DOE CI program mission

Special Projects & Liaison Officer/Executive Assistant, DOE Polygraph & Inspections Program, 06/2000 - 05/2002
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory City, STATE,

- Polygraph Program Administrator for two national level test centers in Albuquerque, NM and Oak Ridge, TN

  • Served as the Site Security Plan Project Officer for both test centers
  • Developed the site security plans
  • Acted on behalf of the Director in direct liaison with the DoD Polygraph (DoDPI) Training Director
  • Served as the Project Officer for the Federal Polygraph Program Manager's working group coordinating interaction with the National Academies of Science (NAS) during their 18 month literature review and scientific validation study of the polygraph (This effort earned formal recognition from the DoDPI Director)
  • Provided technical assistance, guidance and editorial support on the DOE Polygraph Program procedures and protocols to the NAS Chairman and Staff members (This effort earned special recognition from the Deputy Director of the NAS in a formal letter recognizing my numerous efforts)
  • Served as the Top Secret Derivative Classification Officer
  • Served as the OPSEC representative
  • Oversaw and conducted quality control for the unclassified and classified program data bases
  • Updated and managed the SOP

- Executive Assistant for the Polygraph and Inspections Program Director

  • Integral member of the Director's decision making process as the principal assistant on general management and executive direction within the program and functional areas
  • Evaluated and analyzed proposals submitted to the Director for review, decision or approval, and developed recommendations for action considerations
  • Rendered personal assistance to contractor and consultant employees of a major M&O contractor providing technical services to the program in their general management of operations, including utilization of resources and formulation of policies
  • Oversaw and managed high-level, cross functional, sensitive projects involving verification of CI program accomplishments and taskings as directed by the Director, Counterintelligence
  • Managed, tracked and audited funding allocations for both programs
  • Assessed the financial impacts of budget decisions on each program's operations
  • Performed ongoing evaluations of financial performance in accordance with established program budget execution provisions and routinely interfaced with the CI budget officer on fiscal issues, matters and policy
  • Functional representative for the Polygraph and Inspections programs to the Users Group developing the CI IT infrastructure
  • Oversaw tasking and prioritizing of assignments for Inspection Program support staff
  • Ensured timeliness and accuracy of completed inspection reports
Education
Bachelor of Science: Business Administration, Expected in 2007
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City University - Bellevue, WA
GPA:
Status -
Specialized Skills Summary

- Developed detailed CI threat assessments for RFO's organizations, to include:

  • Hanford Site
  • Bonneville Power Administration
  • NETL - Albany

- Developed and maintained the analytical Inspections Findings and Recommendations Data Base

  • Tracked the progress of inspection findings and recommendations
  • Reviewed corrective actions final results
  • Facilitated approval and closure

- Focal point and liaison between RFO and the HQ CI Inspection team

  • Gathered information and responded to requested interrogatories
  • Facilitated schedules and office arrangements for approximately 10 inspectors and staff members
  • Scheduled and participated in the Inbrief/Outbrief meetings
  • Facilitated interview schedules and locations

- Served as the Polygraph Program Administrator for two national level test centers located in Albuquerque, NM and Oak Ridge, TN

  • Served as the Site Security Plan Project Officer for both centers
  • Implemented the Program Directors administrative & management decisions
  • Allocated and approved funding for each test center
  • Reviewed and approved/disapproved requests for training, travel, equipment

- Developed and managed recurring activities for the HQ Inspections and Polygraph Program to include:

  • Mobile Polygraph Testing Missions
  • Routine Inspections of CI Programs
  • Special and Re-Inspections of CI Program
  • Monthly, quarterly, six-month and annual reports
  • Reviewed and recommended updates for the Polygraph Program SOP

- Polygraph Countermeasures Working Group (CWG) Project Officer involving 24 federal agencies

  • Developed quarterly meeting schedules
  • Coordinated activities for interaction between the CWG members and the National Academies of Science (NAS) members during their scientific validation study of DOE's Polygraph Program
  • Established and maintained a "lessons learned" data base from individuals identified as manipulating their polygraph results

- Focal point between the CI Inspections and Polygraph Program Office and other CI components, additional DOE offices, external organizations, and various individuals within the polygraph and inspections program

Training and Certifications
  • Re-certified Authorized TS Derivative Classifier - Effective July 2012
  • DOE COMSEC Distribution and Accounting Course March 2012
  • CIA University Realities of China September 2011
  • CIA Denial and Deception Awareness March 2011
  • DIA Adversarial Deception Analysis Course July 2010
  • CIA University Realities of Russia April 2009
  • DOE Collection and Reporting Course October 2008
  • JCITA Counterintelligence (CI) Fundamentals Course August 2008
  • CIA University Realities of the Middle East March 2008
  • JCITA CI Interviewing Skills Seminar August 2007
  • Reid & Associates Interviewing & Interrogation May 2007
  • Recognizing Trust & Betrayal Precursors from a CI & Security Perspective February 2007
  • DOE Nuclear Energy Proliferation Intelligence Overview August 2006
  • CI Case Study Investigative Workshop June 2006
  • JCITA CI Special Course February 2005
  • CIA University Realities of China February 2004
  • CIC Overview of Critical CI Issues October 2003
  • General Dynamics TACLANE Operator Training August 2003
  • DOE Foreign Intelligence Threat July 2003
  • NCIX Introduction to CI Analysis May 2003
  • DoD Polygraph Institute Dynamics of Terrorism November 2002
  • DOE Espionage Recruitment and Human Vulnerabilities February 2002
  • Graduate School, USDA Leadership Skills for Non-Supervisors September 2002
  • DoD Polygraph Institute Interviewing and Interrogation October 2001

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School Attended

  • City University

Job Titles Held:

  • Counterintelligence Officer GS 12/13
  • Program Support Specialist - GS 9/11
  • Special Projects & Liaison Officer/Executive Assistant, DOE Polygraph & Inspections Program

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science

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